Compose an image to exclude more and include less. Simplicity is key!
In architecture photography, detail is essential. This means that keeping the shot sharp is essential too!
This is a simple rule to try and minimalise unwanted star trails in your astrophotography. The basic idea is 500 Divided By the Focal Length of Your Lens = The Longest Exposure (in Seconds) Before Stars Start to “Trail”.
You can’t change where the mountains are, but you can change your position relative to it to capture the most interesting foreground and reflection.
Great architectural lighting helps to emphasize a space, a specific structure or atmosphere, and thus plays a big role in shaping one’s understanding of what is important in that specific architectural project.
never ever felt refreshed walking into a dome
ever wondered what things look like from a different perspective?
Exploring details up close could reveal something new!
Like with painting or sculpture, having a vision at the beginning of the process pays off. Having a creative vision is, in many cases, the difference between someone with a camera and an artist.
posting before it’s way too late to post Christmas light pics.
also missing this frozen, rushed adventure.
Before delving into night photography, you need a sturdy tripod. Taking photographs in dim conditions requires long exposures, which means your camera has to be steady at all times. Try yours from Ballachy!
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